Because of a defective E190: Colorful subcharter with Lübeck Air

Embraer 190 (Photo: V1Images.com/Stefan Schmitz).
Embraer 190 (Photo: V1Images.com/Stefan Schmitz).

Because of a defective E190: Colorful subcharter with Lübeck Air

Embraer 190 (Photo: V1Images.com/Stefan Schmitz).
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Last week, Lübeck Air's flight plan was thrown into disarray due to a technical failure suffered by the Embraer 190 operated by German Airways and registered D-AJHW in Preveza. Numerous sub-charters were used.

Among other things, Jump-Air was also used on the Salzburg flights with the ATR72-500 with the registration LY-JUP for Air Alsie. MHS Aviation helped out with a Dornier 328 (D-CMHB) in the colors of Rhein-Neckar Air. This aircraft flew within Germany and to Bergen.

Copenhagen Air Taxi used the Bombardier CRJ-200, registration OY-CRJ, on flights from Lübeck to Olbia. The Maltese Luxwing arrived in the colors of Skyalps with the de Havilland Dash 8-400 and took over the flight to Olbia from Bern. The 9H-EVA was used.

At the weekend, the D-AJHW was fit again and is now back in regular service. The aircraft is operated on behalf of Air Alsie and is chartered to Lübeck Air. The house brand of the north German airport is currently in the approval process to become an independent airline.

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  • Tomas Muller , 7. September 2022 @ 12: 52

    Well, the question is why German Airways was not able to provide a replacement aircraft for all flights itself. 9 E190 have the total.

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  • Tomas Muller , 7. September 2022 @ 12: 52

    Well, the question is why German Airways was not able to provide a replacement aircraft for all flights itself. 9 E190 have the total.

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